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MSNBC
Jan 20, 2013 7:00am PST
's the story of the second clinton administration that gives way to bush. it doesn't create a shared rising of the boats. >> it was the great irony for the clinton deficit hawks who made huge deals and tough decisions to bring down the deficit. it gets sunk into huge cuts. i'm with e.j. and with you. i don't think the deficit is the biggest priority. two, it's going better than people realize. we have done around 3.3 trillion if you include the sequester, which i would. growth has been slowing. if that continues, our long term budget picture is better. the question is, will there be space in washington to do big things that effect the economy? a lot of what would lead to the shared economic growth does not come necessarily in the policies we associate as economic policies. it's not all tax reform or spending. there's talk that the obama administration is making a push on early childhood administration. if you can do that in a big way is the single best investment we can make. obviously immigration reform is something on the table that gets talked about. immigrants are incredibly important t
MSNBC
Jan 19, 2013 7:00am PST
and the influx of 20 women in the senate. there had been when clinton ran, and she gave the famous speech about 18 cracks in the glass ceiling and now a lot of talk about whether she runs and what sort of women are in the pipeline for 2016 and all sorts of choices, so it will change the dynamic of conversation and one of the ways and one of the ways is this gun control debate and how it is framed around women, around schools and you saw for instance, some of the gun rights lobby talk about women needing guns to protect themselves, so i think that this is going to be an issue and look at at the key senators like kay hagan, mary landrieu, and folks who are up for re-election as the debate goes on. >> so whether or not a republican brings something unique, should we be critical of the president's current cabinet choices for the second term? and the thing is that i get that i would most of the time as a matter opolicy even before a democratic or republican man or woman over a variety of policy, but we can't say simultaneously it makes a difference of having a lot of women in the room, but it makes
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